HerMES: THE CONTRIBUTION TO THE COSMIC INFRARED BACKGROUND FROM GALAXIES SELECTED BY MASS AND REDSHIFT

@article{Viero2013HerMESTC,
  title={HerMES: THE CONTRIBUTION TO THE COSMIC INFRARED BACKGROUND FROM GALAXIES SELECTED BY MASS AND REDSHIFT},
  author={Marco P. Viero and Lorenzo Moncelsi and Ryan F. Quadri and Vinodiran Arumugam and Roberto J. Assef and Matthieu B{\'e}thermin and James J. Bock and Carrie R. Bridge and C. M. Casey and Alex Conley and Asantha Cooray and Duncan Farrah and Jason Glenn and Sebastien Heinis and Edo Ibar and Soh Ikarashi and Robert J. Ivison and Kotaro Kohno and Gaelen Marsden and S. J. Oliver and Isaac Roseboom and Bernhard Schulz and Douglas Scott and Paolo Serra and Mattia Vaccari and Joaquin D. Vieira and L. Wang and Julie Wardlow and Grant W. Wilson and Min Su Yun and Michael Zemcov},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2013},
  volume={779}
}
We quantify the fraction of the cosmic infrared background (CIB) that originates from galaxies identified in the UV/optical/near-infrared by stacking 81,250 (∼35.7 arcmin−2) K-selected sources (KAB < 24.0) split according to their rest-frame U − V versus V − J colors into 72,216 star-forming and 9034 quiescent galaxies, on maps from Spitzer/MIPS (24 μm), Herschel/PACS (100, 160 μm), Herschel/SPIRE (250, 350, 500 μm), and AzTEC (1100 μm). The fraction of the CIB resolved by our catalog is (69… 
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